Set in the heart of Prague, Charles University is the oldest, largest and most prestigious university in the Czech Republic. The University has 17 Faculties and 42,000 students enrolled in more than 270 accredited academic programs and 600 departments. The University provides unique opportunities for exchange students to take full advantage of the culture and lifestyle that is uniquely Prague with easy access to the City Center. You can read more about Charles on this informational page.
The University of Latvia is a well-regarded research university on the edge of the beautiful medieval center of Riga. The University was established in 1919 is a classical European university, with Faculties of Social Sciences, Humanities, Sciences, Mathematics and Medicine.
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In the International Studies and Multilateral Diplomacy program you will analyze the evolution of multilateral diplomacy in contemporary international relations. While the city retains much of its French heritage and Swiss culture, Geneva’s population is truly international, with a unique microculture of social and political organizations.
Enroll directly in courses taught in English or in Finnish at the University of Tampere, Finland. This program offers a variety of formats for study (short courses, intensive courses, and reading examinations) in most fields of the social sciences, selected fields of the humanities, business, and journalism. International studies is a particular focus. The program boasts two Housing Scholarships each semester, covering the full housing costs for two UO participants in single rooms provided in student residence halls.
Experience a French university that is internationally oriented in terms of its academic program, student body, and faculty. This exchange program offers undergraduate and graduate courses in both French and in English.
The USAC program in Galway combines an unparalleled location for the study of the Irish past and present with a rich array of classroom speakers, field trips in the West of Ireland, and opportunities to sample the delights of Ireland’s premier film festival and arts festival. The program offers a variety of courses from all majors with emphases in history, music, theatre, literature and Gaelic. You will take courses with US faculty and Irish university faculty affiliated with the program.
In this program, you will be immersed in German language and culture. You will directly enroll in FUBiS, the summer program of the Freie Universität of Berlin. Develop your intercultural communication skills by joining the international community of students from more than 50 countries that attends FUBiS every year. Further these skills by living with a local family in a homestay.
This program is designed for you to immerse yourself in the French language (regardless of language ability) while also learning about French culture, politics and society. The program offers classes covering many disciplines, with coursework in history, sociology, political science, business and French culture and civilization. You will study at the international language institute (CIDEF) of the Université Catholique de l’Ouest (the Catholic University of the West), taking courses with US and other international students.
In the summer psychology program, you’ll explore the development of modern psychology, its relationship to politics and art, and role of psychology in Central Europe’s turbulent past. You will take classes taught by faculty from the renowned Charles University. You may choose to enroll in either one or two three-week summer sessions. You will choose one of three courses offered each session. In addition, you may enroll in a one-credit, optional “survival” Czech language course.